When curating any VIP area, it’s important to make the venue feels luxurious and unique to ensure your guests feel special. You must also make sure the practicality of your space is considered as it ultimately needs to provide comfort to your guests.
Banquette seating is a great way to combine both design and functionality. Here we discuss what banquette seating is and why it’s a great option for sports arena VIP lounges.
A banquette is a type of fixed seat that is specially designed to fit into a set space. They are a great way to maximise space in a venue and are often used in the hospitality industry to achieve optimum seating arrangements.
Banquettes help to create a welcoming and collaborative space for people to sit and socialise.
Here are a few of the reasons why you should add banquette seating to your VIP lounge.
Curved banquette seating is a great option for VIP lounges as it not only gives all your guests a great view of the main arena but also creates a more social space for your guests to enjoy- a great atmosphere is always key when watching sports!
Most sporting arenas seat general spectators in traditional, staggered row seating. A VIP experience needs to be different and give people value for money.
Banquette seating can be specifically designed to give your guests a new experience, allowing you to personalise the seating with fabrics and embroidery to suit the luxurious standard of your clientele.
Adding banquette seating into your venue is a great way to maximise the space you have. It allows you to have more guests in one area without it feeling too crowded and enables you to still provide an exclusive, private feel that a VIP lounge should have.
Craftwood is the leading supplier and manufacturer of bespoke seating for sports arenas across the UK, and has had the privilege of working at some of the most beloved stadiums, including Fulham Football Club, Southampton Football Club, Silverstone and Twickenham.
If you are considering remodelling the interiors of your VIP lounges, then contact us today to discuss your seating requirements.